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New Hampshire 4, Dartmouth 1

January 15, 2012
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MANCHESTER, N.H.—Four goals by New Hampshire's Stevie Moses were too much for Dartmouth to overcome and the Wildcats won 4-1.

Moses, who earned the game's MVP honor, scored in both the first and third periods and twice in the middle stanza of Saturday night's non-conference Battle for the RiverStone XI at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.

UNH (8-11-2) claimed its first RiverStone Cup since the 2010 season after Dartmouth (7-7-2) took home the title last season.

Dartmouth goaltender James Mello was peppered all night by a relentless UNH attack. In his first game in nearly a month-and-a-half, Mello finished with 28 saves.

Wildcat goaltender Casey DeSmith made 21 saves, including 14 in the third period.

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